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, with russia today, with the bbc and cnn international. there has been a procession in the developing world -- a perception in the developing world that media has been dominated by cnn and bbc. i think there has been in the last 10 years a situation where a lot of countries including china are saying that we need to have part of this pie. we need to be able to present alternatives to what the bbc and cnn and the big players are doing. host: here is an e-mail -- let's take a look at a clip from a show called 24-china about asians in america. >> the u.s. asian population has risen in recent years at rates rarely reveled in america. as a modern immigration wave that pushed the group from less than 1% of the population in 1965 to a record 18. million in 2011, more than five- fold increase. host: was that story of interest? guest: that is from our correspondent and los angeles. essentially, a lot of stories that involve asia and americans are very much part of the agenda of cctv news. the survey that that piece came out of was that the asian- american community is now the largest community -- m
know you can help out, as well. go to to figure out how to help in those areas. >>> it started out as a night of fun to watch fireworks, but quickly turned into one of panic and death. look at this, a boat with 27 people onboard capsized off of long island early this morning. the coast guard rushed to the scene pulling 24 survivors from the water. police are reporting three deaths in this situation. >>> after a grueling two-week battle, finally some good news from the colorado fire lines to tell you about. that waldo canyon fire we've been reporting so much about which blazed across nearly 18,000 acres at its height, it is now 90% contained. but not before incinerating 346 homes, 50 more were damaged, and the cost of all that destruction, $110 million. exhausted fire crews worked 16-hour shifts to get the fire under control. >>> now we want to turn to a story that you may not believe. a south florida life guard is out of a job today because he saved a life of a drowning man. his bosses say he went beyond his zone and that put the rest of the beach goers at risk.
more. "cnn newsroom" with don lemon begins now. hey, don, good morning. >> new orleans, you're going to love it, love, love it, soledad. >>> condition critical, powerless and starving. west virginia this morning without basic necessities, food, water, thousands of emergency meals on their way. we're going to speak with the red cross coming up. in court, george zimmerman and the money trail all in question this morning. should trayvon martin's shooter be set free before his trial? >>> plus this -- >> i'm not going to put my job over helping someone again. i'm going to do what i thought was right. >> a life guard credited with saving a life then getting the boot, fired. six of his coworkers quitting in protest. >>> and 21 tomas lopez tells us his side of the story. >>> an ipad mini? a smaller version of the popular ipad. rumors are heating up saying it's already in production. we'll separate fact from fiction straight ahead. >>> blade runner, an amazing inspirational story, a south african athlete becoming the first amputee track star to compete in any olympic games. newsroom starts ri
. "cnn newsroom" continues with my good pal kyra phillips. >>> good morning. what could have saved the 228 people on an air france flight that plunged into the ocean? new answers today on that 2009 tragedy. >>> a deadly police beating one year ago in fuller ton, california. back in the headlines. what's next in the kelly thomas saga? >>> also this hour, herman cain in the house to tell us all about his new project and share his one-of-a-kind insights on today's headlines. >>> first, though, the road to the white house has always run through ohio, so president obama, of course, hitting the road in ohio. live pictures right now. the tarmac in toledo. soon he'll be on a bus dubbed "betting on america." the first stop the museum in mao me. you'll see that live at 40 past the hour give or take. in the meantime let's bring in cnn's dan lothian who's already there. dan, this is actually the president's first bus tour, right? >> reporter: it is. he has done two other bus tours but those were, as the white house described them, official bus tour. this is the first one of his campaign and th
about 11:40 eastern. you'll hear him live here in the "cnn newsroom." >>> the republican governor of louisiana and former governor of minnesota are tracing the president's route as mitt romney's surrogates. bob j jindal and tim pawlenty call their tour the middle-class promise gap tour. >> this president has been bad for america, bad for ohio. here in ohio where 40,000 fewer jobs than when he took office. average income has gone down $3,000. the list goes on an on. but the bottom line is this. we've gotten tired of the broken promises. we need to elect mitt romney. >> the two are due in parma the next hour. romney himself remains on a working vacation in new hampshire. >>> with the olympics just a few weeks away, police in london are taking no chances. and today they arrested five men and a woman in separate areas of london. the six are suspected of being part of a possible terror plot with potential targets in the uk. nic robertson on this out of london. so what more do we know, nic? >> police are saying it was an intelligence-lead operation that they were involved in the terrori
erin burnett is going to talk live to lopez tonight live on cnn's "erin burnett outfront" at 7:00 p.m. >>> president obama kicked off this bus tour in a politically critical state of ohio. the road to the white house has run through ohio and the president has made several stops on what he is calling their betting on america tour. right now, he is in the town of m maumee which is not far from toledo, and dan lothian is reporting on all of the stops, and you are on the phone, dan, and chugging along. what have you seen so far? >> that is right. we just hopped on tb bhe bus he in maumee, and the president is doing affiliate interviews, and he often does that with local affiliates, and we are headed to sandusky with the president will wrap up remarks at a ice cream social, and the message here that the president has is all about the economy focusing on essentially defending what he has been doing t ing thing over three years and the bailout, and the bailout of the auto industry, a nd this is a region that has been hit hard in manufacturing sector, gm, and chrysler employed a lot of peop
last month over allegations he misled the court about his finances. cnn's david matingly is in florida. the judge set bail at $1 million but still has strong words for him. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, the cost to zimmerman may go far beyond the $100,000 cash in collateral he has to put up to make that bond. there is a tremendous loss to his credibility throughout this entire process. the judge having some very strong words for him in the ruling. and they run like this saying that george zimmerman flaunted the system, tried to manipulate the system and had no justification for his deception when he tried to tell the court that he didn't have any money and didn't have any means to live when in fact he had $100,000 in donated cash and a passport on him. the judge also went on -- and this was a real surprise, that george zimmerman he believed was preparing to flee to avoid prosecution but plans were thwarted. the judge doesn't go into detail about how those plans were or how they came undone, but they believe george zimmerman was a flight risk. now we see him with a $1 million bo
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and cnn international. there has been a perception that media, internationally, for many years has been dominated by cnn and bbc. i think there has been, particularly in the last 10 years, a situation where a lot of countries, including china, are saying, we need to have parts of this pie, if you will. we need to be able to present alternatives to what the bbc and what cn and and the big players are doing. host: 1 at person rights and, cctv does this. let's look at a show called 24 china and a recent story filed about asians in america. >> the u.s. asian population has risen at rates rarely reveled in america. it is a modern immigration wave that has sent agents from less than 1% of the population in 1965 to 18.2 million in 2011, a more than 543 -- increase according to a new service called "the rise of asian- americans." host: why is that story of interest? guest: that is from our correspondent in los angeles. a lot of stories involving asians and americans are part of the agenda of cctv news. the interesting survey about -- that that came out of was that the occasion-american communit
with 54% of the vote and pennsylvania another swing state with 21 electoral votes. cnn's dan lothian with us now from sandusky, ohio. you are off the bus, officially, and now we can see your smiling face. >> that's right. i'm on firm ground. >> good to know, terafirma. so give me the lay of the land. this is stop number two of four in ohio? >> reporter: right. this is stop number two, and the president will be arriving here about, i'd say, within the hour, we should be hearing from the president. it's also a big ice cream social here. and we expect to hear more of what the president said in his last stop, which was about an hour away from here, where his focus really was on the economy and what his administration has done to, as he puts it, pull the economy back from the cliff. the president realizing and letting his supporters know that the situation is still not great, but it's much better than when he first came into office. and what's important about this region is that they've lost a lot of manufacturing jobs over the past few years. obviously, the auto industry is big in this r
a short time ago, cnn has had a chance to sit down with him. you will hear what he had to say. >>> also, we're getting some of the first video of the first nato trucks in months finally allowed to get back on the road, cross from pakistan back into afghanistan. this is huge, folks. in america's strained relationship with a nuclear-armed nation, these things have been sitting there, getting rusty while our troops have needed them. so we'll explain why they're pack on the road, how long it's going to take for our troops to get what they need. back after this. ♪ ( whirring and crackling sounds ) man: assembly lines that fix themselves. the most innovative companies are doing things they never could before, by building on the cisco intelligent network. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. i tell mike what i can spend. i do my best to make that work. we're driving safely. and sue saved money on brakes. now that's personal pricing. >>> take you to syria
arabic at berkeley and later at the american university in cairo. she's worked out of cnn's rome bureau and also their beijing bureau as a freelance editor and cameraman covering everything, the seizure of grozny and chechnya, the 1999 earthquake in turkey and the nato bombing of belgrade. to her left is c.j.chivers of "the new york times." he is the war correspondent's war correspondent. he is known for his courage, resourcefulness on the battlefield, knowledge of tactics and strategy and finally for his expertise in weaponry, in particular the ubiquitous ak-47 of which he has written a definitive biography, a fascinating and important book called simply "the gun." chris comes from a military family after graduating -- excuse me, i'm getting a cold. after graduating from cornell, he joined the marine corps serving in the gulf war. he was gulf war. he was honorably discharged as a captain in 1994. went to columbia graduate school of journalism, and worked at the providence journal in rhode island and joined "the times" in 1999, where he was promptly assigned to cover the cops. part of h
create voter confusion. >>> on cnn, the brother of alec baldwin, says the actor could be serious about running for mayor of new york city. billy baldwin says alec might run although he admits he might not have the patience it would require. that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> your first look at how wall street will kick off the day after being closed for the fourth of july. dow opens at 12,943 after adding 72 points. the s&p was up 8. the nasdaq, gained 24. in tokyo, the nikkei lost 24 points. in hong kong, the hang seng nudged up 99. the biggest news will be friday's jobs report. news out of europe could trigger some market movement it today. >>> the european central bank is expected to cut the region's interest rates to a record low. the move is seen as essential in easing the euro zone's debt crisis. >> moody's downgraded barclay's credit rating to negative. the bank's former ceo was grilled by england's parliament where he apologized for reprehensible behavior by his traders for an interest rate fixing scandal which is expected to spread >>> volkswagen has ended a s
.") romney: "i've told you, look, i've told you just read it, take a look at it but...finally...he gave cnn theenews: romney: "the supreme court is the final worddriggh. the highest court in the land? they said its a tax didn't its a tax of course if that's what they say ii is" the main reason the already cautious romney was especially careful here, is because the g---p message n the mandate ps alrrady muddlld. earlier this wwek a top romnny advisor paid thh candidate did noo thiik the insurance mandate is a ax, but rather a penalty...what democrats call it. "the governor believes massschusetts was a penalty and he disagrees with the court's ruling that the mannate was a tax." that inffriated republicaas in washington - preparing to pound the presiient for imposing what thhy call the history. democrats here didn't miss a beet. "i think that peoole see the the president as being a strong leader, standing up or hiss princippes and moving forwarr and we'll let mitt romney argue with himself." (nats) romney's news came during a brief bit of independence day week with his amily aa t
"u.s.a. today" live and howard kurtz is host of cnn's reliable sources. and howe wi, this week we'll look at fresh reporting from pro-publica. >> the award winning investigative web site that asks its readers to send in examples of fund-raising e-mails they got from the presidential campaign. turns out campaigns now know so much about you from the use of technology. president obama's campaign is particularly good at this. they can come up with five, six, seven different versions of it targeted to specific types of donors or potential do donors. >> for example, if you go to pro-publica's web site, you can go the messages machine which is is in beta testing but will be u.n. veiled. you can go to "before midnight tonight" which was an e-mail sent out by michelle obama. >> i got that one! >> did he say to you "hey, friends"? >> we're very tight! >> this one says barack is so grateful to everyone's who has his back, he'd like to sit down with each of you and personally thank you. if you go to the next one, take a look, the red is what's deleted and here it is, the green is the new piec
are now at a six-week low, and also a new cnn/orc poll finds a 20% spike in positive expectations for the economy. richard, are they celebrating in chicago? >> well, that cnn poll confirms what we've seen in a number of different things, gallup as well, where people feeling better about the economy generally, maybe not about the global picture. they think that somewhere out there there are spooky things going on, but these trend lines are going in the right direction. what chicago's been saying all along is the absolute number, we want it to be better, but the trend line is a much more important thing to watch. and the president's in ohio, jobless rate is better than it was not just better than the national average, but better than when he was inaugurated as president, so they're happy with that. >> patricia, do republicans have to promote our decline a little more? >> well, yeah, that's always what makes it so hard to be a republican these days, especially a republican governor in a state that is doing better. and we've seen if any republicans are having a hard time with this mes
back up or he was going to get hurt. >> this former police officer who spoke exclusively to cnn is not the only one accusing the nba of ignoring allegations of sexual harassment. former nba security director warren glover says he complained to his nba bosses years ago on behalf of three female employees. >> my complaint was that there was a series of employees, female employees, who complained on a number of occasions of sexual harassment by supervisors and other employees and no beings awas taken after it was reported. subsequently as a result of this i was terminated. >> glover filed an employment discrimination suit. in court papers the nba denies they discriminated against him. >> the nba is part of a culture in america. it is no different than any other corporation. >> some corporations treat women well. >> some do and some don't. these allegations and these two complaints deal with different aspects of that problem. the problem is discrimination in the workplace against women. >> in the hardwick case usa basketball said this about her allegations. while it is the policy of
come and go, and cnn came for a few days and then lost interest. i mean, different channels did come and go and we are the only channel that stayed. we came early from the minute that the revolution started and then we just didn't basically leave until the crackdown was so deep and complete that it wasn't possible to work anymore. >> chris, you have been, spent much of the past year in libya and afghanistan, both. i'm interested especially in libya, because among other things you went into the rebel-held port called miz rsra and can you tell us how you got there, and did you have an escape plan at this point to get out, and what is the situation like there covering the rebels in kind of a, with the khadafy forces all around? >> well, misrata was surrounded by three sides and the fourth side was by water. and so the only way in was by boat and when the boats started going, we got on one. we went in for not quite a week, and it was a full-on siege. the people in misrata had started with literally swords and stones and sometimes swords they had made with sheets of metal and welding torc
in place in massachusetts was a penalty and disagrees with the court, but on tuesday he said on cnn, our position is the same as mitt romney's position. it's a tax. yesterday from romney, the courts said it's a tax and therefore it is a tax. is there anything or anyone who is properly managing the romney message when it comes to how they feel about the supreme court ruling? it seems like they are caught flatfooted on this. >> what the situation with the desperate comments what from what they show is how dangerous an is she for the campaign. the issue is an individual mandate. what mitt romney did in 20007 and that's the issue that brought the tea party national prominence and one of the most politically charged issues to date and something he has to be careful with. now the obama campaign as we heard earlier, mitt romney doesn't stick to his guns. he is changing for political expediency and that's something you don't want to see. >> how does it not look like the tail is wagging the dog on health care? >> the challenge is the fact that the supreme court came out with the ruling that it's
. the campaign probably made a mistake on that. but can we weigh in on ben lebaux on cnn saying these words, these words. "at no point did any of the government lawyers say it was a tax," referring to the arguments that they gave in front of the supreme court. >> dana: he said it with a straight face. >> eric: yeah. we have documents proving him -- dab >> dana: yeah, it's not a secret document. it's the brief they filed with the solicitor general. tuesday we had a sound bite from valley jarret who said yes -- valerie jarret who said yes it's a tax. the next moment they say it's not a tax. to me, both campaigns confused themselves. nobody is talking about what kimberly said how will it affect us? the assertion of our rights? the destruction of the private market and what it doz to doctors? everybody talks about us and patients. what about the doctors? how are they supposed to deal with 30% more volume and no more money and have to do it with less efficiency and not as good quality? >> eric: are haircuts covered under obamacare? >> greg: not that haircut, i'm afraid. you r you talk about my -
to hurt a little bit. >> i watch the guy on cnn doing the same thing. here is wolfe standing out live where there's a conflict or jim, weather channel and you stand here there's and doing these things for hours and hours. rose, is your ear okay there? >> i'm good. >> i just wanted to know if we need to call the emt. glsz -- >> no. >> i'm marvelled because they can look in a lens for hours at a time. >> i think it's a specific concentration to hear one voice and pretending your not. >> that's the truth. >> you live in a world where people are talking to themselves all the time. it used to be on the streets of new york that people had a reason for talking to themselves. now you don't know whether they're talking to somebody or talking to themselves. >> the whole world has blue tooth. >> 5th and final season of damages. did it go quick for you? >> it always does. it fly -- flies by. we work so fast. it always flies by. >> yeah, it did. >> this being the final season, does that free you up in any way to what you're going to do with your roles? >> that's a good question. >> can we hav
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are more and more optimistic the economy will improve. according to a new cnn poll, six in ten say the economy will be doing well by 2013 versus 39% who say it will be poor. those are the opposite of where the poll stood last october. we'll be right back. this man is about to be the millionth customer. would you mind if i go ahead of you? instead we had someone go ahead of him and win fifty thousand dollars. congratulations you are our one millionth customer. people don't like to miss out on money that should have been theirs. that's why at ally we have the raise your rate 2-year cd. you can get a one-time rate increase if our two-year rate goes up. if your bank makes you miss out, you need an ally. ally bank. no nonsense. just people sense. >>> governor romney said we should just let detroit go bankrupt. i refuse to turn my back on communities like this one. i was betting on the american worker. and i was betting on american ç industry. and three years later the american auto industry is coming roarinback. >> welcome back to "hardball." that was president obama this afternoon ki
, take a look at how the chairman of the rnc bungled a response on cnn talking about romney's position on the mandate. >> president obama and romney says this is a mandate not a tax. what is the rnc's position on this? >> our position is the same as mitt romney's position. it's a tax, that's the only way that the supreme court came up with the decision that it did in order to make it constitutional. >> michael, one of the ramifications i think of the supreme court decision is that many americans are walking around saying, oh the supreme court confirmed its s as a tax, and people are thinking i'm getting taxed to pay for obama care. >> yeah. there is that element of confusion that now exists out there. you're again talking about a small percentage of the people, those who do not comply with the law, who would be subject to this penalty/tax. but the broader population believes it applies to them. that is part of the narrative that the rnc and republicans around the country will be driving home which is why what was said yesterday on the program was kind of a gaffe because it then flips t
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, one, two days ago, polls had -- cnn poll had romney up in battleground states. these are snapshots of minutes apparently. and secondly, you know, i think romney -- >> depends on the time of day. >> it does. >> where the sun hits the horizon. it's up to romney to go into these states where employment is better than the national average and say these are not because of the president's policies if they were you would make the natural conclusion unemployment would be down everywhere. it's a hard sell but that's what he is challenged to do in these states. >> in ohio, there's plenty of evidence that the president's policies with the auto bailout? particular had something to do with that. >> that's another huge problem for -- see, this is the problem. santorum may have been right. he's probably the worst candidate of the field, even though the best organized and probably the most capable probably the worst candidate of the field because when you go -- if you need to win michigan and ohio and pennsylvania in order to win the presidency, and he has to win ohio, he must win ohio if he loses
. >> the olympics are getting competitive in the political ad race. restore our future tells cnn it is going to run ten days of ads in 11 states, july 31st. it's going into michigan and wisconsin for the very first time. the obama campaign is going to spend $6.5 million during the olympics and during the opening ceremonies. and ann romney is telling cbs the complain is talking about a woman for vice president candidates for her husband. one of the names at the top of the list would be the new hampshire senator who marched with mitt romney yesterday in a parade. what else does vc billionaire vinod khosla think? it's like chicken and crunchy stuff got married! i only use french's french fried onions on my crunchy onion chicken because it's america's number one brand. just minutes to make, then bake! you want to save money on car insurance? no problem. you want to save money on rv insurance? no problem. you want to save money on motorcycle insurance? no problem. you want to find a place to park all these things? fuggedaboud it. this is new york. hey little guy, wake up! a
. >> all right, we're just confirming, cnn and fox both said they overturned the mandate. we it take a chance here. nothing happened. >> i hope to eventually end this experiment of me being on television with my reputation, i'm hoping it ends soon. >> it's fun to go out with a bang. >> one of those curses on tv or those kind of things. >> whisper is, steve. >> just between us. >> just whisper. >> wait, we're on thereof. >> jeremy siegel called for the dow 17,000 by the end of next year, i don't know if that was before what happened in europe and the fiscal cliff. joining success squawk market master jeremy siegel, finance professor at the wharton school at the university of pennsylvania, he's also author ofs the best selling books "stocks for the long run." when he introduces himself you usually say i am a squawk market master if people don't know you. you don't use the professor thing or best selling author thing, it's mostly the market master, correct? >> well, i'm proud of that name. i don't usually use it when i introduce myself. >> feel free to. >> okay. >> 17,000, anything chan
to interview her. the guardian, bbc, cnn, she became a bit of a celebrity in the journalism world. then one day in june a relative of hers posted on her blog that she had been kidnapped by state security or something like that. immediately people began to mobilize. they began to put together facebook pages to support her cause, creating avenue tars for people to news solidarity. some organized protests at the syrian embassies. y was very -- was very interested in finding people who knew her to find a sense of how much danger she might truly be in. as i started asking around i started getting messages from my contacts in syria and they were saying well, i'm part of the local gay community here and i never heard of here. others would say i haven't met her. each would pass me onto someone else. i got to the point i was saying does anyone know anyone who has met her in person? it final by -- finely got to the point where i contacted the reporter at the guardian who did the very first interview, interviewed her in person and he said what can you tell me about this person. what they told me is that t
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